After we reported on the Monmouth University, Ipsos organization, and Morning Consult’s released data two days ago, we now see a pair of polling organizations interjecting even newer results. Siena College/New York Times (10/9-13; 627 NC likely voters; live interview) sees Democrat Cal Cunningham holding a four-point lead over Sen. Thom Tillis (R), 41-37%. Susquehanna Polling & Research was also in the field during a portion of the Siena/NYT sampling period (10/7-11; 500 NC likely voters; live interview) and projects an even tighter contest than all of the aforementioned, 46-44%, again in Mr. Cunningham’s favor.
These polls were conducted after the Cunningham extra-marital affairs became public, and the data is suggesting that while he is surviving the hit, his margin over Sen. Tillis is dissipating.
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